Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government announced on Thursday that Canadians would be granted visa on arrival.
“We are delighted that Canadians will now find it easier to visit India with your government’s decision to issue visas on arrival,” Canadian Prime Minister Harper said, according to the Times of India.
The statement came during Modi’s visit to Canada.
“We are here tonight to celebrate the special friendship that exists between India and Canada. It is a friendship we truly value,” the Canadian premier said.
“Our governments have set ambitious goals to renew and strengthen; we want to trade more with India, to invest more in India, to work more with India, to strengthen international security to make it easier for people to travel with India, and of course Prime Minister Modi,” he added.
Speaking at the same event, Modi thanked Canada and PM Harper for the warm welcome in the country.
Further, Modi said there is a new atmosphere of trust in India while addressing Indian diaspora at Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto.
Canadians to be granted visa on arrival in India
Posted on April 20, 2015